- "Well, the sign says it all: 'Central City Strong.' I let down this city by failing to prevent Mirror Monarch from tearing our community apart. But I will make it up to you. I promise. Together, we're rebuilding our community, our homes, our lives. It'll take time, but... but I believe in this city, its resilience... most of all, its people. That's how we'll survive this."
- —The Flash[src]
- 1 Overview
- 2 History
- 3 Known individuals
- 4 Appearances
- 5 Trivia
- 6 References
- City Center
- Lawrence Hills
- Mounds View
- New Brighton
- University Town
- Windsor Heights
- Bentley Building: This building holds a number of private-owned businesses.
- Ivo Laboratories: Ivo Labs is one of the leading technological companies in Central City.
- McCulloch Technologies: Owned by Eva McCulloch, the company is run by its CEO Joseph Carver, who is also a member of Black Hole, which uses the company as a cover for its criminal activities.
- Mercury Labs: A competitor with McCulloch Technologies in the latest technology.
- S.T.A.R. Labs: This is the base of operations for Team Flash. S.T.A.R. Labs is also known for helping the citizens of Central City, such as with the meta-human cure.
Cafés and restaurants
- CC Jitters: Simply Jitters, it is one of the most well-known coffee shops in Central City, with beverages themed around the city's heroes and villains to sell their products.
- Central City Sharks: A football team based in Central City.
- Central City Citizen Media: Owned by Iris West-Allen, the business is one of the most trusted news sources in the city.
- Central City Picture News: This newspaper chronicled the early adventures of the Flash.
- Central City High School: In an erased timeline, Central City High was notoriously known for the Prom Night Slasher in 1989, a serial killer who killed seven students on their prom night. This reputation was erased due to the actions of the Legends, with all the students remaining alive.
During Anti-Monitor Crisis, after Oliver Queen died while battling the Anti-Monitor and reformed the universe, this city was formed on Earth-Prime, which contained most elements of Central City of Earth-1; however, there are various differences between the two cities. One difference is the location of the graveyard where Nora Allen is buried.
Barry Allen was given by the city a medal of honor for the work he had done in law enforcement.
When Eva was publicly exposed as a mirror duplicate, she decided to replace all the inhabitants of the Earth-Prime with her mirrored versions. Her duplicates were attacking Central City citizens until she was convinced by Iris to give up. She then destroyed all the duplicates, returning the real people to the Earth. Then she went back to Mirrorverse. Afterwards, a support group for people trapped in the Mirrorverse was created on Central City and the Flash helped to rebuild the city.
A major lightning strike caused enough damage to Iron Heights that prisoners, including Mark Blaine, were able to escape. Frost, who was at the time also a prisoner, escaped, but she assisted in recapturing the inmates. This act caused Frost to be granted probation for her past crimes.
During a football game between the Gotham Goliaths and the Central City Sharks, a blimp nearly crashed into the stadium, but Mecha-Vibe stopped it as the Flash cleared the venue. Afterwards, the Flash recommended Carrie Bates for a job with Mayor Sampson.
- Gene Huskk (deceased)
- Joseph Carver (deceased)
- Cisco Ramon (relocated to Star City)
- Mick Rory (left to join the Legends)
- Harrison Nash Wells (from Earth-TUD12; deceased)
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
The Chronicles of Cisco
- The landscape of the city is very similar to the one of Opal City of Earth-1.
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